This week we added 517 icons from RetinaIcon’s full set of icons (you can visit their website to buy the icons for use in other programs). These are available for commercial use in UXPin, and would otherwise cost up to $99. The full set of 1350 icons will be released gradually in UXPin, but feel free to check out the first batch.
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Combining design preview, cursor tracking, and voice calling, Live Presentation lets you give stakeholders the perfect design presentation.
In this post, we’ll give you a quick summary and tutorial so you can see how easy it is.
We’re excited to announce that UXPin can now adapt even better to your existing workflow. Starting today, you can import your files directly from Photoshop and Sketch into UXPin. All layers and elements are preserved.
We’ll give you a quick summary and tutorial so you can see how easy it is.
The old dashboard… what can we say :). It felt right at the time, served its role and helped UXPin grow. But as time passed by we expanded the functionality of the dashboard which resulted in new ways you can work on your projects and a new experience.
New features, the ones already shipped and the ones planned, needed a new user experience design. While at it, we could finally do something about the visual design – that really needed a fix ;)
Louis Rosenfeld is founder of Rosenfeld Media, a leading source of user experience books, training, and consulting. He is an author of the best-selling Information Architecture for the World Wide Web (O’Reilly; 3rd edition 2006) and Search Analytics for Your Site (Rosenfeld Media, 2011), co-founder of the annual Information Architecture Summit and the Information Architecture Institute, and a former columnist for Internet World, CIO, and Web Review magazines. As a consultant, he’s helped AT&T, Ford, PayPal, Caterpillar, and many other large, highly-political organizations grapple with their information headaches.
In the Summer of 2011 we gathered in a tiny cafe in Gdynia (Poland) excited to try our new idea. Armed with paper, scissors and pencils we were trying to find very generic design patterns that are used on majority of websites. Why? We had this crazy idea for a physical product that could help people design websites together. And we knew that collaborative design can turn bad products into stunning designs.
Here’s the idea. Browsing the web for your next design inspiration, you come across something really cool. And the coolest part is that you know you can make it even better:) What you need is a little bit of time to examine the pattern, understand the idea behind it and tinker with it to come up with something suiting your project. This would be easier if you had the wireframe already in your design tool, right? We did that part for you:).
Check out these 26 web and mobile wireframes of sign up, sign in, log in and mixed patterns. If you like something just click it to upload the pattern to UXPin App. If you don’t have an account yet, click it anyway. You will be able to sign up for a free trial and design right away! Then you can always come back for more.